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The Ohmic behavior as derived in Eqs. (3)–(5) is only valid for small applied bias voltage, and should be reconsidered for higher voltages where the I (V ) curve becomes essentially non-linear. For symmetric tunnel junctions with identical electrodes, Simmons (1963) has analytically calculated the tunneling current using the WKB approximation (see Eq. (2)) which is valid for thick and high barriers: I (V ) = αA eV φ– 2 t 2 – exp –βt φ – αA eV φ+ 2 t 2 eV 2 exp –βt φ + eV , 2 (12) with, α = e/(2πh), β = 4π 2m∗e /h (m∗e the effective electron mass in the barrier conduction band), V the applied voltage, t the barrier thickness, A the barrier area, t and φ the average barrier height above the Fermi level 0 [V (x) – EF ] dx /t.
3). A clear demonstration of the ambiguities involved in extracting barrier parameters is facilitated by internal photoemission studies, from which the barrier height in thin-film tunneling structures can be adequately extracted. , Kadlec and Gundlach (1976), Nelson and Anderson (1966), and Crowell et al. (1962). Conceptually, the technique is rather straightforward, see Fig. 10b. One shines monochromatic light onto a junction structure, and measures the resulting photocurrent. The incident photons will excite electrons in the electrodes, gaining an amount of energy equal to the photon energy.
In (c) exchange biasing is combined with antiferromagnetic coupling across a metallic spacer to further improve the field range of antiparallel orientation, together with the magnetic and thermal stability. Note that the schematic behavior of M is shown over a much wider field range as compared to (a) and (b), to fully show the decoupling of the artificial antiferromagnet governed by the antiferromagnetic coupling strength JAF . range HC1 < H < HC2 with HC1,2 the coercivities of the soft and hard magnetic layer, respectively (Fig.